If you are familiar with Greek food in Southern California, you probably had been to Pappadakis in San Pedro- one of the most fun Greek restaurants. When it closed in 2010. Now it’s been reinvented at Pappy’s Seafood with a unique presentation and a great seafood- based menu.
The grand opening of Pappy’s Seafood in historic Downtown San Pedro, a super-cool — and casual–dining experience focused on classic seafood fare with high quality, fresh ingredients. Previously the beloved Papadakis Taverna, space has been completely transformed by Greg and Yunnie Morena, the couple behind Santa Monica Pier mainstay, The Albright. Greg and Yunnie have a 30 + years of entrepreneurial experience between them.
Pappy’s menu emphasizes sustainable and local seafood, sourced fresh from the Port of Los Angeles. Highlights include a
–shrimp cake sliders,
–fish & chips,
–Brazilian Moqueca Stew,
–a customizable, fresh fish grill.
An extensive selection of starters, fresh salads, house made drinks, and offerings for kids, round out the menu with a collection of craft beers on tap and an assortment of local wines.
The comfortable yet upscale atmosphere is outfitted in a nautical color scheme and anchored by a reclaimed brass bar from the old Fisherman’s Market at The Ports o’ Call. The Morena’s worked closely with Undefeated founder, James Bond and architect David Alvarez, along with the Papadakis family, to celebrate the motley heritage of the historic structure through the new design, creating a classic, seaside vibe. While preserving the original bones, the Morena’s raised the ceiling and exposed clerestory windows, antique brick, concrete, and the original entrance doors, all of which had been covered up for over 70 years.
Influenced by the mix of San Pedro’s new and old cultures, Pappy’s décor pays homage to the city’s vintage
L.A. roots. Working with architect David Alvarez and Undefeated founder, James Bond, alongside the
Papadakis family, the Morena’s celebrated the motley heritage of the historic structure through the new
design, creating a classic, seaside atmosphere. The space features a nautical navy and brass color scheme with
a generous dose of natural light from two walls of classic architecture. While preserving the original bones of
the restaurant, the Morena’s raised the ceiling to expose clerestory windows and uncovered antique brick,
concrete columns, and the original entrance doors, all of which had been covered up for over 70 years.
Pappy’s Seafood is located at 301 West 6th Street in Downtown San Pedro
Sunday through Thursday: 11:30am – 10:30pm
Friday and Saturday from 11:30 to 1:30am.
To reach Pappy’s directly, inquire about the event space or book a private party:
Phone 424.224.5444 or email \email@example.com
Definitely worth trying. I had the pleasure of eating at Pappadakis a few times. Now it’s time to try out the evolution from that restaurant!
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